How to Rethink End-User Protection and Eliminate Phishing and Ransomware

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Ransomware attacks have surged in the past year–and with the rise of ransomware-as-a-service, it’s become an increasingly profitable tactic for cyber criminals.

According to Cybersecurity Ventures, in 2021 global losses from ransomware attacks are expected to exceed $20bn, and by 2031 that figure may be as high as $265bn. This follows recent high-profile attacks that led to Colonial Pipeline in the US paying over $4m in Bitcoin to the attackers and Travelex paying $2.3m to regain control after hackers shut down its financial transaction networks.

Such is the severity of the situation that 60% of respondents to a recent Menlo poll think ransomware attacks should be treated the same as terrorist attacks. But it is quite possible to make malware, even ransomware attacks, a distant memory. To do so, organizations should discard outdated detect-and-remediate approaches and rethink how they protect users, applications, data and the business from these attacks from the outset.

Join this 1-hour webinar to learn:

  • How phishing and ransomware attack trends have changed as a result of COVID-19
  • Ways you can eliminate ransomware and protect your digital and remote workforce
  • How a leading logistics and insurance business achieves 100% malware protection without impacting end-user experience or convenience

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Speakers

James Coker

Reporter, Infosecurity Magazine

Jack Miller

Head of Global Professional Services, Menlo Security

Erhan Temurkan

ClubCISO member and CISO, Bink

    Ed Tucker

    CISO, co founder of Email Auth, Byte and Human Firewall

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